Am I the only one who finds this sentence incredibly disturbing? The sentence comes from an article about Gloria Vanderbilt’s life and, more specifically, her sex life, which is the subject of a new documentary. The person behind the documentary is Anderson Cooper, Vanderbilt’s son, and noted gay TV personality who used the grotesque phrase “tea baggers,” which refers to a gay oral sex practice, to describe those Americans who came together against big government in the Tea Party.
Oh! You want to know what the sentence is, don’t you? This is the sentence: “Anderson loved hearing about his mother’s sex life but felt embarrassed that it was more interesting than his own.” We live in a deeply sick society.
As Trump’s momentum slows, Cruz’s organization starts to pay off. It’s instructive to look at Trump’s fly-by-the-seat-of-his-pants campaign, versus Cruz’s, which is simultaneously methodical and agile. When it comes to White House management, I prefer the latter to the former.
The real Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders sat down with The New York Daily News and was utterly appalling. Whether he was out-Hamasing Hamas when it came to slandering Israel, or revealing that he had idea how to effectuate his campaign promises (free everything; destroy banks!), Bernie was an idiot, and a mean one at that. The interview was especially illuminating, because it revealed who Bernie really is: Your horrible stoner college roommate.
Politicized AGs try to stifle dissent. Both David French and the Independent Sentinel look at the Left’s latest, and very dangerous, constitutional assault: persecuting speech through the medium of defending “climate change.”